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Do These 3 Things to Crush Your Goals Now

“99% of all failures come from people who have a habit of making excuses.”  – George Washington Carver If you’ve reviewed, revised and/or re-focused on making significant progress toward your goals this January, you’re not alone.  Even people who avoid New Year’s resolutions often take stock at the beginning of a new year and adjust …

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Working Remotely, Better (Part 2): Mindset Over Matter

“If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.” —Wayne Dyer Tell me if this sounds familiar: pre-COVID, you said to friends and colleagues more than once, “I would love the flexibility to work from home.” Then the pandemic hit, and suddenly you HAD to work remotely … Cue …

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Working Remotely, Better: How to Boost Your Productivity

Working from home?especially if you aren?t used to it?makes staying focused a lot harder than it is at the office. Maybe you?re supposed to be working RIGHT NOW?but there?s always time to learn to be more productive, right? For one thing, your workspace is different. Heck, you might not even HAVE a workspace to speak …

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Calling Bullsh*t on Time Management

Busy is the new stupid. Warren Buffett   Calling Bullsh*t on Time Management Time is a tricky business even when the world is normal. Self-help gurus and coaches talk endlessly about time management, as though we can do anything about time. Ive got news for you, folks. You cant manage time. Time will keep marching …

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4 Things to Do When You’ve Made a (COVID-19) Mistake

When you make a mistake, there are only three things you should ever do about it: admit it, learn from it, and dont repeat it. – Paul Bear Bryant   Mistakes suck at the best of timesand yet they happen. And FYI, this is hardly the best of times. Of course, many wise people talk …

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The pros and cons of keeping your team remote

In many ways, 2020 has been marked by the kinds of sudden change that no one is ever prepared for. These kinds of changes can be painful, sudden, and in some cases, irreversible. Take remote work as a case-in-point. Companies that would have never even considered a remote workforce in the past were forced to …

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How to solve any problem with just one core philosophy

I’m sometimes asked why I write so much B2B (business to business) content, since I’m best known as an organizersome say, The Most Organized Man in America. Well, first, Andrew Mellen, Inc. does a lot more than declutter closets. We’ve helped many businesses over the course of 20+ years solve all kinds of problems, from …

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Readjusting to the office after shelter-in-place

“Change is situational. Transition, on the other hand, is psychological Without a transition, a change is just a rearrangement of the furniture.” -William Bridges   Are you as sick of the term, new normal, as much as I am? No doubt things are new, as in novel. But there is little normal about what is …

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Bringing your team back to the office? Here’s what to consider

As a business leader, you are responsible for drafting plans to bring employees back to the office as safely as possible. Nothing about going back will be familiar, for your team or you. Our coworkers have each transformed into Pig-Pen from the Peanuts comic strip to us, followed by a cloud of dirt and dustor …

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